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Pat Cummins To Kagiso Rabada: Check Complete List Of Hat-Tricks In ICC T20 World Cups, In Pics

Pat Cummins of Australia achieved a historic feat by becoming the first bowler in ICC Men's T20 World Cups to claim back-to-back hat-tricks. He is the only player to have achieved this remarkable feat twice in T20 World Cup history. Cummins now joins an elite list of seven players who have taken a hat-trick in Men's T20 World Cup matches. Check complete list here.

Pat Cummins (Australia)

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Pat Cummins (Australia)

Pat Cummins achieved an extraordinary milestone by taking a hat-trick for the second time in the ICC Men's T20 World Cup 2024. After securing a hat-trick in Australia's Super 8 match against Bangladesh, Cummins repeated this feat against Afghanistan. 

Joshua Little (Ireland)

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Joshua Little (Ireland)

Joshua Little stunned New Zealand in the 2022 T20 World Cup with his hat-trick, showcasing precision and determination to dismantle the opposition's batting lineup

Karthik Meiyappan (UAE)

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Karthik Meiyappan (UAE)

Karthik Meiyappan made history for UAE in 2022 by claiming a hat-trick against Sri Lanka, demonstrating his bowling prowess and resilience on the international stage.

Kagiso Rabada (South Africa)

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Kagiso Rabada (South Africa)

Kagiso Rabada's hat-trick against England in the 2021 T20 World Cup displayed his mastery of pace and swing, delivering a memorable performance under pressure.

Wanindu Hasaranga (Sri Lanka)

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Wanindu Hasaranga (Sri Lanka)

Wanindu Hasaranga's hat-trick against South Africa in the 2021 T20 World Cup highlighted his spin wizardry, spinning a web around the opposition with cunning variations.

Curtis Campher (Ireland)

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Curtis Campher (Ireland)

Curtis Campher's hat-trick against Netherlands in the 2021 T20 World Cup showcased his all-round ability and composure, contributing significantly to Ireland's campaign with crucial breakthroughs.

Brett Lee (Australia)

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Brett Lee (Australia)

Brett Lee's iconic hat-trick against Bangladesh in the inaugural 2007 T20 World Cup demonstrated his sheer pace and lethal bowling, setting a benchmark in T20 cricket history.